A Greek company, established in 2003, cultivates superfoods such as blueberry, aronia berry and goji berry in the mountainous region of Karditsa, central part of Greece, at an altitude of 800 meters, above sea level.
Their production is of high nutritional value and is certified as 100% organic by TUV. It is promoted and sold in Greece, in food chains stores, selling organic products.
In 2016, the company following the current nutritional trends, decided to process the biological superfoods, cereals, vegetables and fruits they cultivate and produce final food products.
Their catalogue includes
• Organic pasta, containing vegetables and organic grains (cultivated by the company), without salt, eggs and milk, packed in paper-boxes, 6-pieces/box. The pieces can be of different weights, according to the number of persons in each family. They are ideal for those who want to improve their health by keeping a balanced diet and for vegetarians, as it does not contain any animal ingredients.
• Vermouths produced with the assistance of an expert winemaker. Some of the 15 flavors, are unique (walnut, tangerine, pomegranate, etc).
• A variety of excellent quality herbs, such as chamomile, dictamo, louisa, oregano and teas, due to the region’s unique microclimate, packed in an innovative, transparent packaging.
• Honey. The hives are placed in the fields where superfoods are cultivated.
• Balsam Oil (St. John’s wort oil). A natural product with antiseptic and therapeutic properties. It is produced from balsam herb mixed with extra biological virgin olive oil.
The company is already engaged in international cooperation.
They are interested to expand their international cooperation and introduce their products to new foreign markets through commercial agency or distribution service agreements with foreign agents or distributors of corresponding products. Ideally the partner should have an established network with organic and vegan markets, groceries, food shops and restaurants.
Moreover the company is available to be engaged in manufacturing agreements for the production of goods under private label. The potential partners could be food chains, wishing to expand their range of products.